Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on January 7, 1971 · Page 13
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Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas · Page 13

Corsicana, Texas
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Thursday, January 7, 1971
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CONTRACTORS'NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CON STRUCTION Sealed proposals for constructing 213.435 miles of Seal Coat Fr: Fr: 3.0 Ml. S of Hillsboro; TO, Old S. City Limits of Hillsboro; Fr: McLennan County Line N. 1.3 Mi.; Fr: 2.1 Mi. N. of Elm Mott To: Hills Co. Line; Fr: 9 8 Mi. N.of Williamson Co. Line To: 0.7 Mi. N. of SCL Belton; Fr: Williamson Co. Line To: 9.8 Mi. N.; Fr: SH 36 at Hamilton To: Mills Co. Line; Fr: Clifton St in Waco To: Gholson; Fr: SH 36 in Hamilton To: SH 6 in Hlco; Fr: SH 36 at Hamilton To: 4 Mi. N. of Evant; Fr: SH 14 in Kosse To: Robertson CL; Fr: SH 6 in Valley Mills To: MCLennan C L; Fr: Bosque C L To: 0.04 Mi. S. of NCLof McGregor; Fr: 0.04 Mi. S. of NCL of McGregor To: US 84 McGregor; Fr: SH 6 in Hlco To: Erath C L; Fr: Hamilton C L To: FM 932 at Purmeia; Fr: US 84, 1 Mi. W. of Arnett To: Levita; Fr: Lp. 265 N. of Rosebud to FM 2027 at Pleasant Grove; Fr: Travis To: Cedar Springs; Fr: TP8.L Plant To: SH 6 W. of Harrison; Fr: SH 14 at Thornton To: FM 147; Fr: US 281 To: S. Hive; Fr: Fairy To: BOSQUE C L; Fr: US 77 at Midway To: SH 22 at Brandon; Fr: Falls C L To; FM 339 at Colt; Fr: SH 22 W. of Meridian W. 8.9 Mi. Fr: US 190 at Rogers To: 4.9 Mi. W.; Fr: Crawford To; SH 6; Fr: SH 6 TO: FM 1637; Fr: IH 35 To: FM 1123 at Holland; Fr: SH 36 at Jonesboro To: FM182; Fr: FM56 N.E. To: Walling Bend at Lake Whitney; Fr: FM 2086 at Ratibor E. To: SH 320 on Highway No. US 81, IH 35, FM 218, FM 933, US 281 SH 7, SH 317, SH220, FM 1241, FM930, FM 1048, FM 431, FMl860, FM 1246, FM 221, FM 219, FM 1243, FM 1771, FM 1473, FM 2184, FM 185, FM 2268, FM 217, FM 2841, FM 2094 covered by C. 14-7-53, C14-7 54, C14 8 44, C 15 6 36, C15-7 35, C 1205 8, C209 7 21, C251 1 31, C 251-232, C 382 3 13, C 398-1 21, C 398-216, C 398-3 25, C 467 1-5, C 550 9 7, C 774 7 8, C 808 1-29, C 819 l-’2, C 831 4 14, C 898 2-7, C 936 1 13, C1054 4-5, C 1374 1-7, C 1658-2-4, C 1720-1 6, C1925 1 6, C 1969 1-7, C 1969-2-5, C2136 1 8, C 2138 1-6, C 2869 1 2, C 2936 1-3 in Hill, McLennan, Bell Hamilton, Limestone, Bosque, Coryell Falls, Counties, will be received at the Highway Department, Austin, until 9:00 A.M.; January 22, 1971 and then publicly opened and read. Plans and specifications including minimum wage rates as provided by Law are available at the office of J.B. Mounce, Jr., Resident Engineer, Waco, Texas, and Texas Highway Department, Austin. Usual rights reserved. Annual Shareholders Meeting Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the shareholder’s of Corsicana Federal Savings & Loan Association, will be held at the office of the Association on the 20th day of January 1971 at 2:00 o'clock P.M., for the election of Directors and the transaction of such other business as may properly .iome before the neeting. Mrs. A.C. Barley, Secretary NOTICE If you missed your Corsicana Sun and live in Corsicana/ call The Sun Circulation Department 872-2551 Evenings 5:30 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Sundays7:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. Ennis-To subscribe to the Corsicana Sun or for service information call Dennis Kamûn 875-7309 Fairfield-To subscribe to The Corsciana Sun or for service information call Jimmy Bonner 389-2446 I cm election I I TUESDAY, APRIL », 1*71 § MAYOR Sue Youngblood COMMISSIONER P.D. Fullwood Ray Bass CITY ATTORNEY Don Doyle Pevehouse CITY TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR JAMES T. DAVIS Mrs. B.J. Acock Police A quantity of wine and gin was .seized by Officer Freeze and Agent Cain of the Alcoholic Beverage Commission in the arrest of a 34-year-old man Wednesday afternoon on a charge of possession of alcoholic beverages for purposes of sale. The subject was lodged in county jail. A prowler complaint at 228 ITiompson Ave. was investigated Thursday at 3:53 a.m. by Officer Foreman. No suspect was found. Billy Webb, 7A Northwest Apartments, notified police Thursday morning of the theft overnight from his car of a black carrying case and 14 stereo tapes. Three young men were given citations Wednesday night by Officer Haynie for being minors (under 21) in possession of alcoholic beverages. Haynie also issued four radar speeding tickets. Officer Longorio cited three for speeding, one for driving a vehicle in voilation of restriction on his operator’s license. An accident involved two large parked trucks at the S&S Truck Stop,N. Hwy. 75, was checked early Wednesday by Officer Ixjngorio. He reported one rolled into the other when its air brakes leaked off. Officer Haynie investigated an accident at W. 6th Ave. and S. 13th St. Wednesday evening involving John R. Manning, 1560 W. 3rd Ave., and William S. Cephus, 601 E. 13th Ave. No tickets were issued. Sgt. Crawford and Officer Dunlap gave tickets to two motorists; one for speeding and one for running a stop sign. Three cars were tagged by Officer Jamison for being parked in prohibited zones at Memorial Hospital. Meter Officer Bates tagged 72 cars for over parking violations; fine were paid on 80 tickets. There were no prisoners in city jail Thursday morning. STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION "Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc. has filed with the Federal Government a Compliance Assurance in which it assures the Rural Electrification Administration that it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the conduct of its program and the operation of its facilities. Under this Assurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of service, use of any of its facilities, attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the operations of this organization. "Any person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative, file with the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250, or the Rural Electrification Administration, Washington, D.C. 20250, or this organization, or all, a written complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than 90 days after the alleged discrimination, or by such later date to which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification Administration extends the time for filing. Identity of complainants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations." Navarro County Electric Cooperative, Inc. Corsicana, Texas 75110 [ 57 'Automobiles For Sale ? 57 Automobiles For Sole 1 1970 Galaxie 500's 5 to choose from 2dr. and 4 dr. Hardtop's, all power and air cond. Low mileage. 100 per cent Factory Warranty. You can save lots of money on these Beauty'sl ! 1964 Nava 2 dr. Hardtop, V 8, Standard, a real nice second car or school car with a real reasonable price! ! ! JOHNNY SIRMAN LINCOLN-MERCURY 611 S. Hwy 75874 3718 Barham Found Dead in Home Randall Barham, 77, retired building contractor, was found dead in his home Wednesday morning by a nephew who had gone by to check on him. Coroner Howe French returned a verdict of death due to heart failure. He was advised by relatives he was a heart paient. He had been dead several days, and from opened mail on the dining room table and his bank statement, Coroner French placed date of death Jan. 1. French said a nephew, Doug Beauchamp had assumed he was out of town since Barham’s car was not in the garage as he had driven past on several occasions. On learning early Wednesday the car was in a garage for repairs, he went to the residence and found his uncle dead. Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Stephen- dependable Termite & quality assured ^ , H* Control | With Gold Crest Chemicals £ DON FARMER, Dist. Mgr. g DEATHS, FUNERALS 13— Corsicana Daily Sun, Thursday, Jan. /, 19/1 Ben Allen Rites Friday A native Corsicanan who gained national fame as a cartoonist, Ben Dave “Stookie” Allen, 67, died Wednesday at his Fort Worth home. He was a retired art engineer for General Dynamics Corp. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Guy Allen of Corsicana, he was the creator of the cartoon strip “Mugsey,” which was nationally syndicated and he and his late wife, Gladys Parker Allen, were co-creators of the cartoon strip “Flapper Fanny.” He also was the author of several books, and served as a major in the Army Engineers in World War n. They lived many years in New York City while writing their cartoon strips. Allen was known as a “colorful character” in Corsicana, at the Univeristy of Texas where he was both a baseball varsity player under “Uncle Billy” Disch, and was the hero of the 1924 Texas A&M game when he caught the touchdown pass that gave Texas a 7-0 victory over the Aggies in the first game played in Memorial Stadium between the arch rivals. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Corley Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Eugene Wood officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. He is survived by three aunts, Mrs. Vallie Simon and Mrs. Belle Reagan, both of Lubbock and Mrs. T.A. Platt of Fort Worth; one uncle Rex Shirley of Lubbock; and one cousifn Miss Billie Gunter, also of Lubbock. Pallbearers will be Ed. M. Polk, his baseball battery mate at the University of Texas; Dave Kelton, Sadie Ransom, Gerald McClung, Rip Lang, Jack Cunningham, J. M. Dyer Sr. and John Corley. ville at the Garden of Memories Cemetery. He is survived by two nephews, Beauchamp and Dr. Stacy Barham; and three nieces, Mrs. Mabel Kloecker and Mrs. Marie Johnston, both of Corsicana, and Mrs. Helen Nutt of McKinney. Corley Funeral Home handled local arrangements. J.D. Stevenson Rites Friday KERENS (Sp.)-Joe D. Stevenson, 67, died in Memorial Hospital Wednesday. He had resided at Rt. 1, Kerens for about 22 years and had been employed by Farmers and Ranchers Supply Co. He was a member of the First Methodist Church here. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Paschal Funeral Home with interment in Prairie Point Cemetery. The Revs. Bert Gillis and Don Kelley will officiate. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Hazel Stevenson of Kerens; a brother H.H. Stevenson of Kerens; five sisters, Mrs. J.C. Jennings of Garland; Mrs. Joe Knight, Mrs. Robert Inmon, Mrs. Norman Lindsay and Mrs. W.E. Lynn, all of Dallas. Pallbearers will be R.J. Johnson, Kenneth Lewis, Jerry Cordell, Forest Huggins, Dock Fields and Joe Graves. Cox Rites In Conroe Funeral services were held January 4, at the Metcalf Chapel of the Pines in Conroe Texas for William Dervard Cox. The rites were conducted by the Rev. John M. Cooper, with interment in the Freeman Cemetery at New Caney Texas. Survivors include his wife, GRIFFIN FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY or NIGHT PHONE 874-4774 WE HONOR ALL INSURANCE POLICIES Mrs. Fairy Marie Cox of Deluth, Minn.; six sons, Raymond Cox of Breckenridge, Minn.; Jimmy Cox of New Caney Texas; Dail Cox of Deer River Minn., Arlon Cox of Dallas, Garry Cox of Deluth Minn., and Dennis Cox of Jamestown, North Dakota; four' brothers, Orville Cox of Alvin, Texas, R. V. Cox of Waco, Elgie Cox of Huffman Texas, and Mavis Cox of Corsicana; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Denn of Corsicana and Mrs. Alton Morse of Pampa Texas; eight grandchildren. Pallbearers were Leonard Ray, Spot Burgan, Clyde Tarver, W. T. I^eggett, Donald Norris, and Ricky Ray. Mrs. Whitten Rites Friday Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday in the Corley Chapel for Mrs. R.M. Whitten, a native of Fort Worth, who died Thursday at Twilight Home. Dr. Ambrose Edens and the Rev. Kenneth Haley will officiate, and burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Whitten is survived by two sons, Robert E. Whitten of Dallas and Marion E. Whitten of Arlington, Va.; two daughters, Mrs. J.S. Dill of Corsicana and Mrs. Donald Curtis of Dallas,former Corsicana residents; 12 great-grandchildren; three nieces and four nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Twilight Home or to First Christian Church, of which Mrs. Whitten was a member. Pallbearers will be W.A. Chaffee, J. Albert Fullerton, Travis Knight. W.H. Steely, David Wynne, Milton Wynne, Robert E. Wynne and L.D. Giesler. Mrs. Cook Rites Pending BI/)OMENG GROVE (Spl.)- Mrs. Mattie Bell Cook, 82, Frost, died early Thursday in the Hillsboro Clinic. She formerly lived 23 years in Dallas. Funeral arrangements are pending here at the McCormick Funeral Home. She is survived by eight daughters, Mrs. H. H. Bailey, Mrs. Lee Sheppard and Mrs. C.R. Green, all of Frost; Mrs. Raymond Baird of Mertens; Mrs. Charley Compton of Waxahachie; Mrs. Ralph Baird of Bynum; Mrs. Jake Rivers and Mrs. Bob Smith, both of Dallas; and one sister, Mrs. W.L. Anderson of Dallas. North Rites BLOOMING GROVE (Spl.)- Funeral services were to be held Thursday at 3 p.m. from the First Baptist Church in Blooming Grove for Cleo North, 54, who died at his home early Wednesday. The Rev. Ronnie Chesser was to officiate, and burial was to be in Rose Hill Cemetery. An employe of General Telephone Co. for 24 years, he is survived by his wife Pauline and sons Jerry and Tommy of Blooming Grove; three daughters, Mrs. Wanell McClain of Rockport, Mrs. Mary Gowan of Longview and Mrs. Carol Glenn of Corsicana; two brothers, Luther North of San Antonio and Everett North; and four sisters, Mrs. Ella Batson, Mrs. Lillian Ballard, Mrs. Geneva Fleming and Mrs. Hazel Wilson. Pallbearers include Dwayne Magee, Billy Butler, Ralph Putman, Jack Armstrong, C.L. Gillen and Jake Melton. Leach Rites Lemon Leach, 65, retired Kerens farmer, died Monday in Memorial Hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Petersburg Baptist Church in the Round Prairie community near Kerens. Burial will be in the Round Prairie Cemetery. Calhoun Funeral Home will direct. CORLEY FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 874-3755 FUNERAL INSURANCE WE ACCEPT ALL BURIAL POLICIES K. W0LEHS JACKET JAMBOREE MEN’S JACKETS QUILTED-VINYLS- 100% NYLONS VINYL SUEDES-W00L BLENDS REVERSIBLES-SKI JACKETS Colors: Blue- Brown- Black- Beige-Grey Green Values to 14.95 Sizes 36 to 46 Friday and Saturday Only He is survived by two sons, Wilburt and Lemon teach Jr., one daughter, Patricia I^each, and one granddaughter, all of Kerens. Lacy Rites Graveside rites were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Woodland Cemetery for Leo I^acy, two-day old infant son of Dora Lee I ¿icy who died Monday. Calhoun Funeral Home directed. Surviving in addition to the mother is a grandmother, Mrs. Vadie I^acy of Frost. Curtis Rites Funeral services were held Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the Corley Funeral Chapel for James L. Curtis, 71, longtime Corsicana resident who died Jan. 2 in Dallas. The Rev. Charles Pringle officiated. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery. His survivors include two daughter, Miss Elizabeth Curtis, Houston, and Mrs. Henry Scheible, Grand Forks, N.D.; one granddaughter; three brothers, Arch Curtis and Elbert Curtis, both of Elbert, Texas, and J.S. Curtis, Fort Worth; and three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Lilly and Mrs. Lena Keeter, both of Elbert, and Mrs. Janie Self, Fort Worth. Hilliard Rites Funeral services were held Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Griffin Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Lucy Hilliard, 76, who died Monday. The Rev. J.L. Glaze officiated. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lloyd Metcalf, O.B. Davis, Johnny Davis, Steve Hopper, George Baker, Gary Whistler and Bob Madry. Surviving are one son, one grandchild, two sisters and several nieces and nephews. DISTRICT CLERK In the matter of the marriage of Erma Chewning and Wilbur Lee Chewning dissolution of marriage, . , DISTRICT COURT Plains Insurance Company Inc. vs. Richard Bartee order of dismissal. In the matter of the dissolution of the marriage of Erma Chewning and Wilbur Lee Chewning ~ temporary restraining order; alimony pendente lite; and an order requiring defendant to disclose community property. DISTRICT ATTORNEY Accepted two hot check complaints. SHERIFF S OFFICE There were 14 prisoners in the County Jail this morning. Deputy Harold Pitts apprended one parole violator. ....*■ HOSPITALS MEMORIAL ADMITTED—Anita Sanchez, Joe D. Stevenson, Rube Hale. H.E. Fluker, Margaret Hamilton, Carrie L. Butler, Minnie O. Reeves, Henry J. Glober, Warren G. Ivie, Gussie M. Young, Essie L Fullerton, Marth D. Sanford, Fred L. Sonnier, Ethel Shurgart, and Dolly L. Bruns. DISMISSED —Lora L. Culpepper, Laura F. Farmer, Roy M. Ford, Jennifer K. Honderich, Ruby G. Honderich, Cassie M. Kloecker, Mattie D. Moore, Ossian M. Nordenberg, Vivian J. Platt, Sandra L. Thomas, Christi L. Watson, and Margaret F. Watson. Law Signed HOLLYWOOD (AP) - John Phillip taw was signed by Mike Frankovich to play Robin Stone in the film version of Jacqueline Susann’s “The Love Machine” for Columbia Pictures. Law replaces Brian Kelly who is recuperating from a serious injury he incurred on Thanksgiving day. NCAC Meeting Set To Elect Director COUNTY(LERK Warranty Deeds Jehu W. Allen to Johnnie E. (»rant part of the John Choate league Survey. Mary A. Powers to Annie Carroll lot four, block seven of the Highland Park Addition in Corsicana. Annie Carroll to Julius L. Langston lot four, block seven of the Highland Park Addition in Corsicana. Kenneth Johnston and Kenneth Wylie to Tliomas Walter Erwin III—part of the James Smith Survey. T. Walter Erwin III to Wayne Johnston part of the James Smith Survey. Phillip L. Kelton to W.I). Wyatt part of the R.R. Goodloe Survey. S.A. Harlan to Aubrey B. Massey part of the G.W. Muse Survey. JUSTICE COURT, PCT. 1 W.H. Tipton, Place 1 Fines on 24 traffic violations totaled $575. One subject was fined $20 plus $7.30 cost for theft by false pretext. One complaint was accepted for violation of probation law with bond set at $500. Accepted three complaints for defrauding with a worthless check and theft by false pretext. Two speeding cases were appealed to County Court. Accepted several small claim court cases—Withrow Furniture Company vs. Inez Burk and Tommie Sims; Golden Investment Company vs. Louise Hall. Howe French, Place 2 Fines on 10 traffic violations totaled $225. One disorderly conduct was fined $5 and cost while another disorderly conduct was fined $10 and cost. One subject was fined for theft. Held one inquest. MEDICAL RENTAL SERVICE 1115 N. 13th 872-3611 Nite Phone 874 7069 ■u, m3 Wheelchairs All residents of the southwest Corsicana area located south of LIVESTOCK Jess Young Livestock Commission Total cattle Wednesday was 701 head. All killing cows sold $2 higher than our last sale in December with a top of $22.90 Stocker and feed calves and yearlings were $1 higher. Heavy killing bulls 25-27; commercial cows 19.50-22.90; cutter cows 18.50-21.50; canner cows 16.50-18.50; good fat calves 27-29.50; good stocker steer calves 33-38 with light steer calves up to 41.50; good stock«* heifer calves 28-35; good stocker steer yearlings 29-33; good stocker heifer yearlings 26-29; good young springer cows 180-240 head; good young cows and calves 235-307 pair. Hwy. 31 and east of S. 14th St. are invited to a community meeting to be held at the Eleventh Avenue Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, Friday,at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the resident meeting is to discuss various programs available to the residents and to explain the election procedures for that disignated area to nominate a representative to the NCAC board of directors. Any resident of the southwest Corsicana area interested in serving on the NCAC board may file for the ballot at the NCAC office by noon Jan. 9. The election will be held on the afternoon of January 23. ^ISÜi Crutches Walk Aids V> £ 4 H ospI la I Beds Traction .0 * Patient Care Items Commodes #01 \v5IF f il (CJr j|| ' IP P B MIST MACHINES MEDICARE CLAIMS PROCESSED RENTALS SALES FREE DELIVERY EVERLASTING QUALITY MONUMENT* CENTRAL Monument Works 2320 W. 2nd—874-7806 DON’T MISS IT! K. Wolens IN OUR STORE TOMORROW... Camille Elliott consultant with Florence Miller Cosmetics WILL BE AT THE COSMETIC DEPARTMENT IN OUR PHARMACY FRIDAY & SATURDAY TO DISCUSS WITH YOU YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS 20% OFF NAVARRO MALL PHARMACY NAVARRO MALL SHOPPING CENTER

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